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Aug 20, 2013 4:00pm EDT
's any kind of movement in interest rates or even sean conversation in interest rates. that's a big mover. >> are you seeing money move into those spaces in anticipation? i mean, the 10-year going to 2.9% i think was a big deal. >> yeah. >> throughout wall street. >> so i can only say this, maria. about six months ago, our open interest at the cme group was 881 million contracts, which is about normal. we've seen a spike of 90 million contracts now, of open positions on the books of the cme group. a lot of that is in the largest end products, which is interest rates. we've seen a lot of interest into the marketplace into the interest rate complex in euro-dollar and treasuries. >> all right. we'll talk more about that. thank you for joining us for the entire hour, terry duffy. >> thank you. >> joining us now to further break down the markets is michael santoli, and michael tower, and mike. mike times three. mike, let me kick off with you, in terms of the fed, we've seen the economic data. can it be possible the fed begins not tightening, but the tapering next month? >> i think it is possib
CNBC
Aug 26, 2013 6:00pm EDT
that one better. let's go to shawn in california. sean! >> caller: booyah, king james. how are you? >> pretty good. i'm feeling pretty regal. what's up? >> caller: i want to know if i should be adding to my position with dpt. >> no. i don't like these royalty trusts. they've been losers. i'm not going back to them. they're depleting too quickly, i believe. let's go to curt in tennessee. curt. >> caller: hey, jim. booyah from memphis, tennessee. my stock i've been watching closely is ticker symbol nog. >> keep watching. don't pull the trigger. why? you have the chance to buy eog which is much better than northern. gregory in my home state of pennsylvania. gregory? >> caller: hey, jim. i'm a recent college graduate. i'm looking to invest in a company long term. what do you think about ford? >> recent college grad buying ford. that makes a ton of sense. i want you to put a little money each week and fill up a position in ford. great idea. rimma in california. >> caller: rima, yes. jim, hi, good talking to you. i have some lulu lemon stock. i'm trying to find out whether i should keep
CNBC
Aug 6, 2013 1:00pm EDT
to who what housing and urban secretary sean donovan said earlier on "squawk box." >> we're not going back to a system that got us into the bubble in the first place. not everybody is going to be able to get a mortgage or buy a home. we need to recognize that as a country. >> let's bring in a senior policy analyze with guggenheim partners, and diana is with us as well. jarrett, why don't you start with that. should everyone be able to buy a home or as secretary suggested with the changes put in place it might be harder for some people to get a mortgage. they might not be able to get a mortgage. what do you think? >> well, everybody should want to buy a home. it's a great part of this country, a desire of people to actually own a property and be part of a community, but that's very different than whether everyone should be able to qualify to get a loan. i think that's what the secretary is referring to. our big concern is that government policy has gone too far and too few people can actually qualify to get homes that they can afford. >> diana, weigh in on that, because you've mentione
CNBC
Aug 6, 2013 6:00am EDT
of shutting down has bipartisan support on xichl we have more on this story with hud secretary sean donovan later this hour. >>> also, speaking of mortgages, americans are paying them on time more often these daysment credit reporting agency transunion says the percentage of late payments fell from 5.5% a year earlier, the lowest level in five years. general motors is cutting the price of the electric chevy volt. that's a drop of about 12.5%. back if june, gm cut the price of the volt in hopes of spuring sales. >> one of our best friend is here to talk business the economy and washington a. man who wears many hats, harold ford, are you a managing director nyu professor public policy, former congressman, nbc news political analyst. >> and your friend. >> do i get that, too. we got a lot to talk about. >> becky and scott, too. >> they are friend, too. >> we are going to talk newspapers. i never had a paper route, but extra, extra, read all about it, amazon's jeff besos is dropping serious cash, probably not serious cash, $250 million is one day's worth of work for him. you and me. joining us
CNBC
Aug 22, 2013 9:00am EDT
have to wait to see evidence. you still end up in the same place. in the first sean nir ycenario t right away, in the second, you will see it in october. >> rick sherlund joining us with a look at how the companies will use offshore cash to improve share prices. thanks so much. >> thank you. >> stock getting a bump on that news on that call. >>> when we come back, why one market strategist thinks all of these tapering concerns are over does done. barry knapp with barclays will join us after the break. ♪ [ male announcer ] the parking lot helps by letting us know who's coming. the carts keep everyone on the right track. the power tools introduce themselves. all the bits and bulbs keep themselves stocked. and the doors even handle the checkout so we can work on that thing that's stuck in the thing. [ female announcer ] today, cisco is connecting the internet of everything. so everyone goes home happy. >>> i'm sharon epperson. natural gas inventory rose by 50 billion cubic feet. that was smaller injection to storage than what analysts participated. as a result we're seeing higher na
CNBC
Aug 27, 2013 6:00am EDT
will become less robotic, more natural. it will say joe -- >> like sean connery telling you how nice you look. >> so, joe, have you been working out? things like that. >>> our newsmaker of the morning, he looks good, treasury secretary jack lew. he'll sit down with john harwood at 7:30 eastern. john will join us from washington with a -- oh! he's right there. i want to talk about the other thing, larry summers. you are the man! you are the man. who was your source? can you tell us that? >> hey, joe? >> yeah? >> before we get there, can i just suggest to you, you might be able to get that app that trades siri for miley cyrus? she'll talk to you on your iphone that way. >> yeah. >> ow. >> i'd like a twerking iphone. will that -- man, that got a lot of play. >> she's only 20 years old, come on. >> it works so well. whoever her manager is, i want to hire him, but should i twerk? do you think that would help? maybe i could get on tv -- >> no, please, do not. >> i don't think this will work. >> is there anywhere that i can do that now? >> john, someone inside -- i'll tell you what, this -- i'm not
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